Hi,

In message "Re: Ruby 1.9.0-1 snapshot released"
    on Sat, 1 Mar 2008 21:35:36 +0900, "David A. Black" <dblack / rubypal.com> writes:

|I couldn't get it to compile until I changed the revision number in
|revision.h from r15560 to 15560.

I am awfully sorry.  I made a last minute bug in the packaging
script.  I have uploaded repacked archives.  Could you try again?
Here's new md5sum:

4344e18188bbdf3e5f19cdd3ade902bb  ruby-1.9.0-1.tar.bz2
90b721dce088f455df914c9482508601  ruby-1.9.0-1.tar.gz
8e89b49e473ac1c209e3c73a6fd6610f  ruby-1.9.0-1.zip

|> * Hash#flatten no longer work recursively.
|
|I'm not seeing that -- it seems to still work recursively. I'm not
|sure what's intended here, though. Doesn't the optional depth argument
|take care of that?

I mean

  {a: [:a,1], b: 2}.flatten

to give

  [:a, [:a, 1], :b, 2]

not

  [:a, :a, 1, :b, 2]

as it used to.

							matz.